William McKinley High School once had a champion glee club, but now they're floundering. That's when an idealistic Spanish teacher takes up their cause, vowing to transform the rag-tag ... See full summary »
A group of ambitious misfits try to escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a glee club, where they find strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice, while working to pursue dreams of their own.
An award winning, quirky comedy starring Golden Globe Award Winner, Chris Colfer (Glee), as Russel Fish, an awkward teen who discovers he must pass the Presidential Physical Fitness Test or... See full summary »
I love Blaine.
He's the man! I feel kind of discouraged that I've auditioned for solos against him six times now.
Hey, man, when your front man is that guy, you've got to roll with the punches. We're comfortable with ourselves, so it's okay.
I'm confident in myself.
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While the second part of the credits roll, we can see the 'Mini Warbler' (a.k.a. Kellen Sarmiento) dance to the songs "Teenage Dream" and "Raise Your Glass". See more »
This movie is the perfect option for anyone who cannot afford to go see the Glee concert. This film combines all the Glee favorites with three real stories from Glee fans across America. The film succeeds in making gleeks feel like a community and is sprinkled with gleeks expressing their love for the series. Through, the actors act as their own characters. Making the story that the real Glee Club has gone on a national tour. You'll see them dancing as acting just as they do on the show and it will be like watching on long episode of the show. And it was refreshing to hear their voices without the autotune. The use of 3D added to the magic of the show. This is not a movie that should be avoided due to a pretentious prejudice against 3Dglee. For a Gleek, this movie will be one giant valentine.
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